Each May, Older Americans Month serves as an opportunity to recognize the countless ways in which seniors contribute to our communities. This year’s theme, Make Your Mark, highlights the unique and enduring contributions older adults make to society.
Sunset Communities, in cooperation with the Jewish Living Center of Greater Toledo, will be holding a luncheon presentation of the film, Lives Well Lived, on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The feature documentary film celebrates the incredible wit, wisdom, and experiences of older adults who are living life to the fullest. Through their intimate memories and inspiring personal histories, forty people ages seventy-five to 100 share their secrets and insights to living a meaningful life.
The end of 2018 marked some big transitions for Sunset Communities. Fieldstone Villas grew its neighborhood with the opening of a 10,000 square foot Clubhouse. The expansive clubhouse provides a special gathering place for Fieldstone Villas residents
Ashanti Hospice and Palliative Care, a service of Sunset Communities, presents Take Direction: Navigating through the Maze of Advance Directives. This seminar will provide information and an engaging conversation about advance directives with local attorney Dean Horrigan. Join us on Tuesday, September 25 from 11:30am – 1:00pm, at Epworth United Methodist Church in Toledo, Ohio. Lunch will be provided.
Older Americans Month recognizes the countless ways in which elders contribute to our communities. The 2018 theme reminds us that we’re never too old to make a difference.
Sunset Village is excited to present Aging Parents, Aging Brains, featuring author and national speaker Barbara Brock. Barbara uses heartfelt stores and humorous—but true—facts to explain how our brains age. The interactive program includes group participation in a stimulating brain exercise.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
9640 Sylvania-Metamora Road
Sylvania, OH 43560
Each summer, Sunset Communities hosts a special Summer Concert Series for residents. These outdoor concerts are always a highlight for residents, many of whom plan their weekends to make sure they’re on campus for the event, inviting family and friends to attend with them.
Pax and Vern are spending a wonderful afternoon scouting for frogs at the Sunset Village pond. Pax's mom works for Sunset and he came with her to work this day. After a day of turtle scouting, making cupcakes and visiting with all the special people at Sunset Village, Pax is going to want to go to work with Mom everyday!
We are thrilled to share with you some of the wonderful artwork created by our residents and showcased at our Artists and Residents Opening!
Everything you see here was made possible by the generosity of the Elsie and Harry Baumker Foundation. Thank you!
Mediums included Watercolor, Fused Glass, Ceramics, and Fiber Arts and were offered in 4-6 week sessions. Residents practiced the art of making Art!
The Quilt! Residents created separate panels and joined them together to form the finished piece.
Fused Glass pieces shown together.
Some pieces were a part of the Leading Age Ohio Resident Forum!
Next up - Residents and Music! Stay tuned!